Researchers from Waterloo’s Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) have developed a process for reshaping the entanglement of two photons, demonstrating a new set of tools useful for quantum-state engineering.
U of G’s contribution to current and future Mars missions is highlighted in a Dec. 2 CBC news story. The article looks at how Canadian scientists and inventions have helped in understanding of Mars, and discusses the APXS device on the robotic Mars rovers.
Congratulations to Professor John Dutcher and the rest of the Organizing Committee (Reggi Vallillee, Kiley Rider, Rachel Baker, Mike Grossutti, Hurmiz Shamana, Erin Shelton, Richard Parg, John Atkinson and Ben Baylis) on running a very successful 2016 Nano Ontario conference at the Guelph Delta Hotel on November 10 and 11. There were over 160 participants from across Ontario, Quebec and the US, with 4 keynote addresses, 9 invited talks, 85 posters and 9 exhibitors. Well done!